MEDICAL SERVICES

EDUCATION

Undergraduate Degree

  • University of South Dakota , 1985 , Vermillion , SD

Graduate Degree

  • University of Nebraska , 1988 , Lincoln , NE

Graduate Degree

PhD
  • University of Nebraska , 1990 , Lincoln , NE

Fellowship

Post-Doctoral
  • University of Massachusetts Medical School , 1991 , Worcester , MA

Personal Biography

Dr. Condie entered the field of psychology out of interest in developmental neuropsychological assessment, entitlement legislation for children with neurodevelopmental disorders, neurodevelopmental services for vulnerable populations internationally, children’s rights in international law, psychological and legal conceptions of medical privacy, and ethics in psychological practice.  She has served on and chaired national committees relevant to neuropsychology, ethics and standards of practice, family law, and forensic psychology. She is the author of many journal articles and book chapters.  She has taught on an adjunct basis at Boston College, Boston University, Brandeis University, and Harvard University.

PROFESSIONAL HISTORY

Lois Oberlander Condie, Ph.D., affiliated with the Department of Neurology at Boston Children’s Hospital Boston / Harvard Medical School, where she conducts developmental neuropsychological assessments, consultations and research.  Her research addresses service provision to vulnerable populations, and her practice is devoted to infants and young children with brain and vascular malformations, cerebral palsy, agenesis/dysgenesis of the corpus callosum, genetic syndromes, autism, infantile seizures and hemispherectomies, Dandy Walker syndrome, intraventricular hemorrhage, and other brain conditions.  Dr. Condie is board certified in neuropsychology with the American Board of Pediatric Neuropsychology, and dually board certified in clinical psychology and forensic psychology with the American Board of Professional Psychology.  She is the developer of an assessment measure for children with visual, hearing and significant motor impairments called the Adapted Developmental Assessment.  She is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association and the National Academies of Practice.

CERTIFICATIONS

  • American Board of Professional Psychology
  • American Board of Professional Psychology, Clinical Psychology
  • American Board of Professional Psychology, Forensic Psychology

PUBLICATIONS

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  1. Condie LO. Neurotropic mechanisms in COVID-19 and their potential influence on neuropsychological outcomes in children. Child Neuropsychol. 2020 07; 26(5):577-596. View abstract
  2. Condie, L., Condie, E., & Levine, H. Focusing on basic needs as a mechanism to address threats to adolescents’ personal security. International Journal on Child Maltreatment. 2019; 3(2):117-141. View abstract
  3. Melton, G., Petrila, J., Poythress, N., Slobogin, C., Otto, R., Mossman, D., Condie, L. Psychological Evaluations for the Courts. 2017. View abstract
  4. Condie, L. Adapted Developmental Assessment for ages 18 Months to 7 Years: Item Analysis. Paper presented at the American Academy of Neurology convention, Vancouver, Canada. 2016. View abstract
  5. Condie, L. Young adult perspectives on reasonable expectations of informational privacy. Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Psychology and Law Society. 2016. View abstract
  6. American Psychological Association. Professional practice guidelines: Guidance for developers and users. American Psychologist. 2015; 9(70):823-831. View abstract
  7. Brown, K., Freedman, E., Rindsberg, J., Torres, A., & Condie, L. . The Specialist. Managing informational breadth in 21st century practice of specialty psychology. 2015; 1(34):7-10. View abstract
  8. Condie, L., Grossman, L., & Robinson, J., Condie, D. C. Hunter & C. Hunter (Eds.), Handbook of Clinical Health Psychology in Medical Settings: Evidence-Based Assessment and Intervention. 2014; 99-123. View abstract
  9. Condie, L., Boss, A., Cochrane, R., & Shields, C. The therapeutic value of court testimony. The Specialist. 2014; (33):3. View abstract
  10. American Psychological Association. Guidelines for psychological practice with older adults. American Psychologist. 2014; 1(69):34-65. View abstract
  11. Haun, J., Marioni, N., Schlosser, E., & Condie, L. The Specialist. Psychology and law in the 21st century. 2014; (33):2. View abstract
  12. Condie, L. (2014). Conducting child abuse and neglect evaluations. In I. Weiner & K. Otto (Eds.) Handbook of Forensic Psychology. 2014; 237-278. View abstract
  13. Goldstein, N., Goldstein, A., Zelle, H., & Condie, L. n I. B. Weiner & A. M. Goldstein (Eds.), Handbook of Psychology, Volume 11, 2nd Ed. Capacity to waive Miranda rights and the assessment of susceptibility to coercion. 2013; 381-411. View abstract
  14. American Psychological Association. Guidelines for the evaluation of dementia and age-related cognitive change. American Psychologist. 2012; (67):1-9. View abstract
  15. American Psychological Association. Guidelines for the practice of parenting coordination. American Psychologist. 2012; (67):43-62. View abstract
  16. Yu, Y., Zhu, H., Miller, D., Gusella, J., Platt, O., Wu, B., Shen, Y., and Children’s Hospital Boston Genotype Phenotype Study Group. Age and gender-dependent obesity in individuals with 16p11.2 deletion. Journal of Genetic Genomics. 2011; 9(38):403-409. View abstract
  17. American Psychological Association. Guidelines for psychological practice in health care delivery systems. 2011. View abstract
  18. Zaitchik, M., DiCataldo, F, & Condie, L. Questions about the construct of empathy in the treatment of adolescents. AP-LS News: Expert Opinion, 31(1), 5-7. Expert Opinion. 2011; 1(31):507. View abstract
  19. American Psychological Association. Guidelines for psychological evaluations in child protection matters. 2011. View abstract
  20. Hanson, E., Nasir, R., Fong, A., Lian, A., Hundley, R., Shen, Y, Wu, B., Holm, I., Miller D., 16p11.2 Study Group. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics. Cognitive and behavioral characterization of 16p11.2 deletion syndrome. 2010; 8(31):649-657. View abstract
  21. Miller D., Shen Y., Weiss, L., Korn, J., Anselm, I., Bridgemohan, C., Cox G., Dickinson, H. Genile, J., Harris, D, Hedge, V., Hundley, R., Khwaja, O., Kothare, S., Luedke, C., Nasir, R., Poduri, A., Prasad, K., Raffalli, P., Reinhard, A., Smith, S., Sobeih, M., Soul, J., Stoler, J., Takeoka, M., Tan, W., Thakuria, J., Wolff, R., Yusupov, R., Gusella, J., Daley, M, Wu, B, Members of the Study Group. Journal of Medical Genetics. Microdeletion/duplication at 15q132q13.3 among individuals with features of autism and other neuropsychiatric disorders. 2009; 4(46):242-248. View abstract
  22. Condie, L., & Condie, D. Parents with brain impairment: Care and protection matters. In H. Hall (Ed.,) Forensic psychology and neuropsychology in civil and criminal cases,. 2007; pp. 131-167.. View abstract
  23. Condie, L., & Koocher, G. P. Children's comprehension of confidentiality limits. Journal of Child Custody,. 2007. View abstract
  24. Condie, L. & Condie, D. Termination of parental rights. In A. M. Goldstein (Ed.), Forensic psychology: Emerging topics and expanding roles. 2006; 294-330. View abstract
  25. Condie, L. Evaluating the impact of domestic violence on children. In G. Koocher & S. Sparta (Eds.), Forensic assessment of children and adolescents: Issues and applications. 2006; 149-174. View abstract
  26. Goldstein, N. E. S., Condie, L., & Kalbeitzer, R. Instruments for assessing understanding and appreciation of Miranda rights. In T. Grisso, G. Vincent, & D. Seagrave (Eds.), Handbook of screening and assessment tools for juvenile justice. 2005; 357-369. View abstract
  27. Larson, K., Goldstein, N., & Condie, L. Does simplification of the Miranda warning improve youths' comprehension. Paper presented at the International Association of Forensic Mental Health Services, Stockholm, Sweden. 2004. View abstract
  28. Goldstein, N.E., Condie, L., Mesiarik, C., Kalbeitzer, R., & Osman, D. The psychometric properties of the Miranda Rights Comprehension Instruments-II. Paper presented at the conference of the American Psychology-Law Society, Scottsdale, AZ. 2004. View abstract
  29. Goldstein, N.E., & Condie, L. Comparison of juveniles' Miranda rights comprehension: 1970s vs. today. Paper presented at the conference of the American Psychology-Law Society, Scottsdale, AZ. 2004. View abstract
  30. Goldstein NE, Condie LO, Kalbeitzer R, Osman D, Geier JL. Juvenile offenders' Miranda rights comprehension and self-reported likelihood of offering false confessions. Assessment. 2003 Dec; 10(4):359-69. View abstract
  31. Goldstein, N. E., Kalbeitzer, R., Oberlander, L., & Geier, J. Juveniles' comprehension of legal safeguards to invalid confessions. Paper presented at the interdisciplinary conference of the American Psychology-Law Society and the European Association of Psychology and Law, Edinburgh, Scotland. 2003. View abstract
  32. Condie, L. Parenting evaluations for the court. (Volume 18, Perspectives in law and psychology). 2003. View abstract
  33. Goldstein, N. E., Condie, L., Kalbeitzer, R., Osmon, D., & Geier, J. Juvenile offenders' Miranda rights comprehension and self-reported likelihood of offering a false confession. Assessment,. 2003; 10:359-369.. View abstract
  34. Osman, D., Thomson, M., Goldstein, N. E., Weil, J., Oberlander, L., & Geier, J. Adolescent offenders' demographic characteristics, Miranda rights comprehension, and false confessions. Part of a symposium: The Miranda Rights Comprehension Instruments-II and Adolescent Offenders' Miranda Comprehension. Paper presented at the biennial conference of the American Psychology-Law Society, Austin, TX. 2002. View abstract
  35. Goldstein, N. E., Oberlander, L., & Geier, J. Adolescent offenders' demographic characteristics, Miranda rights comprehension, and false confessions. Part of a symposium: The Miranda Rights Comprehension Instruments-II and Adolescent Offenders' Miranda Comprehension. Paper presented at the biennial conference of the American Psychology-Law Society, Austin, TX. 2002. View abstract
  36. Goldstein, N. E., Thomson, M. R., Osman, D., & Oberlander, L. Advocating a functional approach to determining adjudicative competency in juveniles. Journal of Forensic Psychology Practice,. 2002; 2:89-97.. View abstract
  37. Oberlander, L., Goldstein, A., & Goldstein, N. E. Competence to confess: Evaluating the validity of Miranda rights waivers and trustworthiness of confessions. In A. M. Goldstein & I. B. Weiner (Eds.), Handbook of psychology (Volume 11, Forensic psychology). 2002; 11:335-357. View abstract
  38. Oberlander, L. (2001). Juvenile competence to stand trial and criminal responsibility. In Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education (Ed.), Juvenile delinquency conference 2001: Spend a day with the experts. 2001; 46-67. View abstract
  39. Oberlander, L., & Goldstein, N. E. A review and update on the practice of evaluating Miranda comprehension. Behavioral Sciences and the Law,. 2001; 19:453-471.. View abstract
  40. Oberlander, L., Goldstein, N. E., & Ho, C. N. Preadolescent adjudicative competence: Methodological considerations and recommendations for practice standards. Behavioral Sciences and the Law,. 2001; 19:545-564.. View abstract
  41. Olubadewo, O., Simpson, L., Goldstein, N., & Oberlander, L. Juvenile confessions: Predictors of false confessions in adolescent offenders. Paper presented at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA. 2000. View abstract
  42. Oberlander, L. Ethical responsibilities in child protection evaluations: Implications for evaluation methodology. Paper presented at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association, Boston, MA. 1999. View abstract
  43. Oberlander, L. Miranda comprehension and confessional competence. Expert Opinion,. 1998; 5(4):11-12.. View abstract
  44. Oberlander, L. & Grudzinskas, A. Juvenile justice reform enacted by legislature. Expert Opinion,. 1997; 4(3):7-12.. View abstract
  45. Hoge, S. K., Poythress, N., Bonnie, R., Eisenberg, M., Monahan, J., Feucht-Haviar, T., & Oberlander, L. Mentally ill and non-mentally ill defendants' abilities to understand information relevant to adjudication: A preliminary study. Bulletin of the American Academy of Psychiatry and Law. 1996; 24(2):187-197.. View abstract
  46. Oberlander, L. Psycholegal issues in child sexual abuse evaluation practices. Child Abuse and Neglect: The International Journal,. 1995; 19(4):475-490.. View abstract
  47. Oberlander, L. Ethical responsibilities in child custody evaluations: Implications for evaluation methodology. Ethics and Behavior,. 1995; 5(4):311-332.. View abstract
  48. Oberlander, L. The assessment utility of codes of ethics and standards of practice in child custody evaluations. Paper presented at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association, Los Angeles, CA. 1994. View abstract
  49. Poythress, N., Bonnie, R. J., Hoge, S. K., Monahan, J., & Oberlander, L. Client abilities to assist counsel and make decisions in criminal cases: Findings from three studies. Law and Human Behavior,. 1994; 18(4):437-452.. View abstract
  50. Oberlander, L. Refining the assessment of abilities related to competence to stand trial. Paper presented at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC. 1993. View abstract
  51. Bonnie, R. J., Hoge, S. K., Nicholson, R., Oberlander, L., and Poythress, N. Competence to stand trial. Paper presented at the annual convention of the American Psychiatric Association, San Francisco, CA. 1993. View abstract
  52. Gardner W., Hoge, S. K., Lidz, C., & Oberlander, L. Process and perceived coercion in psychiatric admissions. Paper presented at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC. 1992. View abstract
  53. Nicholson R., Bonnie, R. J., Hoge, S. K., Monahan, J., & Oberlander, L. Advances in forensic mental health assessment. Symposium presented at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC. 1992. View abstract
  54. Oberlander, L. Recommendations for standards of practice in child sexual abuse evaluations. Paper presented at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC. 1992. View abstract
  55. Oberlander, L. The normative evaluation and testimony practices of mental health professionals in cases of alleged child sexual abuse. Paper presented at the annual Symposium on Mental Health and the Law; Institute of Law, Psychiatry, and Public Policy, Charlottesville, VA. 1992. View abstract
  56. Oberlander, L. Child sexual abuse evaluation practices: A survey of mental health professionals. Paper presented at the American Psychology and Law Society Biennial Meeting, San Diego, CA. 1992. View abstract
  57. Melton, G. B., Limber, S., Jacobs, J., Oberlander, L., Berliner, L., & Yamamoto, M. Preparing sexually abused children for testimony: Children's perceptions of the legal process. 1992. View abstract
  58. Yutrzenka, B., & Oberlander, L. Sources of stress for the nontraditional undergraduate student. In R. L. Emans (Ed.), Understanding undergraduate education. 1990. View abstract
  59. Oberlander, L. Work satisfaction among community based mental health service providers: The association between work environment and work satisfaction. Community Mental Health Journal,. 1990; 26(6):517-532.. View abstract
  60. Melton, G. B., & Oberlander, L. The health of rural adolescents. Report to the Office of Technology Assessment, United States Congress (NTIS No. PB 91-154 385/AS). 1990. View abstract
  61. Oberlander, L., Hargrove, D., & Sullivan, M. Cognitive schemata and clinical judgment. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Council of Community Mental Health Centers, New York, NY. 1989. View abstract
  62. Oberlander, L. Cognitive Schemata and Clinical Perspectives on Psychiatric Patients with Comorbid Diagnoses. 1989. View abstract
  63. Hargrove, D., Merz, G., Oberlander, L., & Schreuers, L. Human services in transition. 1989. View abstract
  64. Merz, G., & Oberlander, L. A needs assessment of mental health service providers working in the context of pervasive economic decline. Paper presented at the annual Working with Families conference, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS. 1988. View abstract
  65. Merz, G., & Oberlander, L. Issues in mental health services staff development. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Community Mental Health, Billings, MT. 1988. View abstract
  66. Hargrove, D., Merz, G., & Oberlander, L. Great Plains Mental Health: A model for staff development. Report presented at the annual National Human Resource Development Assembly, National Institute of Mental Health and the Ohio Department of Mental Health, Columbus, OH. 1988. View abstract
  67. Hargrove, D., Oberlander, L., & Montoya, H. The impact of traditional clinical methods on community-based service delivery for underserved groups. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Council of Community Mental Health Centers, Boston, MA. 1988. View abstract
  68. Oberlander, L. The influence of behavioral sciences research on public mental health service delivery. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Schizophrenia Research Consortium, Menninger Clinic, Topeka, KS. 1988. View abstract
  69. Oberlander, L. Work Satisfaction in the Community Mental Health Service Delivery System. 1988. View abstract
  70. Oberlander, L. Stress responses in undergraduate education: Differences between traditional and nontraditional students. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL. 1986. View abstract
  71. Yutrzenka, B. A., & Oberlander, L. Sources of stress for the undergraduate student. Paper presented at Understanding Undergraduate Education conference, University of South Dakota, Vermillion, SD. 1985. View abstract
  72. Akhmedov KB. [Bile secreting function of the liver during adaptive responses of the body to muscular work]. Nauchnye Doki Vyss Shkoly Biol Nauki. 1979; (12):66-9. View abstract
  73. Halaris AE, Belendiuk KT, Freedman DX. Antidepressant drugs affect dopamine uptake. Biochem Pharmacol. 1975 Oct 15; 24(20):1896-7. View abstract
  74. Schmoldt A, Benthe HF, Haberland G. Digitoxin metabolism by rat liver microsomes. Biochem Pharmacol. 1975 Sep 01; 24(17):1639-41. View abstract
  75. Flohr H, Breull W. Effect of etafenone on total and regional myocardial blood flow. Arzneimittelforschung. 1975 Sep; 25(9):1400-3. View abstract
  76. Moroi K, Sato T. Comparison between procaine and isocarboxazid metabolism in vitro by a liver microsomal amidase-esterase. Biochem Pharmacol. 1975 Aug 15; 24(16):1517-21. View abstract
  77. Mills GC, Alperin JB, Trimmer KB. Studies on variant glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenases: G6PD Fort Worth. Biochem Med. 1975 Jul; 13(3):264-75. View abstract